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When I got home & enlarged the photos I took this morning (at about 300
yards), the cormorant was a double-crested not a Neotropic cormorant as I
first reported.  It was on the same perch the Neotropic had used
previously.  My apologies.

Tom

On Wed, Jul 1, 2020 at 10:30 AM Tom Nagel <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I'm not sure how long it may hang around but I just had an immature little
> blue heron in a small flooded area of a bean field immediately north of the
> pasture surrounding Muskrat Lake.
>
> This would be on the west side of Southwest 41st Road immediately north of
> its  intersection with Pettet Road.
>
> Also, the Neotropic Cormorant continues on Horseshoe Lake about a
> quarter-mile east Southeast of this site.
> Tom Nagel
> St. Joe
>


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